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Yukihiro Takahashi - A Day In The Next Life (CD, Album)

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  1. Tazil says:
    In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Back. Neuromantic (Mini Lp Sleeve) Yukihiro Takahashi. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Next. Special offers and product promotions. Check Out Our Turntable Store die eher auf ein Album von Klaus Dinger gepasst /5(17).
  2. Voodoocage says:
    Listen free to 高橋幸宏 – A DAY IN THE NEXT LIFE (Only Love Can Break Your Heart, furueru hoshi and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at docnesslichevrebivilmatovotity.coinfo
  3. Zukasa says:
    Yukihiro Takahashi (高橋 幸宏 Takahashi Yukihiro, born June 6, ) is a Japanese musician, having released the solo album Life Anew on July 17, , as well as anniversary and live albums. His latest work is Saravah, A Day in the Next Life () The Adventures of Gaku () Umi Sora Sango no Iitsutae ().
  4. Fenrilabar says:
    This album has all YMO's personnel providing Mecho-Techno-Beat Framework with nice additional Keyboard by Tony Mansfield and bits of excellent Phil Manzanera Guitars. Andy Mackay supplies wind-instrument punctuations and the occasional short solo. Overall I'd rate this 4-stars; but it's 5-stars compared to other YMO/Yukihiro Takahashi efforts.
  5. Vudozil says:
    The Beatniks is a golden unit by Yukihiro Takahashi in Y.M.O. and Keiichi Suzuki in Moon Riders. It is like a Japanese version of Electronics (Beatniks is the first). The first album was very avant-garde and industrial while the second one became acoustic pop unexpectedly.
  6. Negul says:
    Dec 25,  · Song X'mas Day In The Next Life; Artist Yukihiro Takahashi; Album Turning The Pages Of Life The Best Of Yukihiro Takahashi In EMI Years
  7. Mitilar says:
    A six-track CD mini-album credited to Jansen and Yukohiro Takahashi, who previously teamed up on the single-only "Stay Close." The Indian-flavored drum'n' bass of "The Choice" and "Wave" (not the David Sylvian track), fronted by an Olive-sounding Zoe Niblett, wins the day.
  8. Gurr says:
    Finally Takahashi recorded his first solo album Saravah in In , Takahashi joined Ryuichi Sakamoto and Haruomi Hosono to form the Yellow Magic Orchestra. After the Yellow Magic Orchestra disbanded in the mid 80s, Takahashi went solo and released a large number of solo albums, primarily intended for the Japanese market.

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